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OLD version of the R-toolbox (based on the OSP Suite 8 and below). New version of the R-Toolbox (OSP 9 and above) can be found in the OSPSuite-R repository

About the Toolbox

The R Toolbox is a collection of R functions which allows the processing of models developed in PK-Sim® or MoBi® from within R. A variety of functions is offered to manipulate models, to simulate models, and to handle simulation results. The functions are designed very similar to the functions that are provided with the MoBi® Toolbox for Matlab®. Details are available in the build-in help of R upon loading the R package.

Installing the R Toolbox

The R Toolbox is provided to the user as a zip file. This zip file can be found under "C:\Program Files\Open Systems Pharmacology\MoBi Toolbox for R X.Y\" . The standard package install via zip files is used. On Windows, install.packages can install a binary package from a local zip file by setting argument repos to NULL. Rgui.exe has a menu Packages with a GUI interface to install.packages that may be used.

The R Toolbox is only available for the 64bit R (versions 3.5 or later).

Getting Started

  • Install nuget and add nuget.exe to your path
  • Install ruby version 2.2 or higher
  • clone the repository with recursive option
git clone <url.git> --recursive
  • restore nuget packages manually
nuget restore packages.config -PackagesDirectory packages
  • create the package and setup
rake create_setup[7.4.0]

Code Status

Build status

Code of conduct

Everyone interacting in the Open Systems Pharmacology community (codebases, issue trackers, chat rooms, mailing lists etc...) is expected to follow the Open Systems Pharmacology code of conduct.


We encourage contribution to the Open Systems Pharmacology community. Before getting started please read the contribution guidelines. If you are contributing code, please be familiar with the coding standards.


R-Toolbox is released under the GPLv2 License.